There are over sixty different positions for grabs in the Students' Association Elections, broken down into three main categories, Sabbaticals, SRC & SSC Officers, and Academic Representatives. If you are interested in running for a position, make sure to read the role relevant role description or get in touch with the current holder of the position.
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Sabbatical Officers are full-time paid positions and successful candidates will take office on 1 July after a month-long paid handover period with their predecessor (slightly different rules might apply for the Ahtletic Union President).
Association Officers sit on both SRC and SSC, as their remits cover both representation and activies.
SRC Officers & Members
The following positions are up for election on the Students’ Representative Council. There are two types of positions on the SRC, Officers and Members. Officers chair their own respective subcommittees of the SRC, and Members will form part of those subcommittees but do not chair a subcommittee.
The following positions are up for election on the Student Services Council. There are two types of positions on the SSC, Officers and Convenors. The Officers are the elected heads of the SSC subcommittees, while Convenors are appointed heads of SSC subcommittees where that role requires an extraordinary amount of specialist knowledge. The three current Convenor roles are the Design Team Convenor, Arts Festival Convenor, and the Ents Convenor.
The following positions are up for election on the Education Committee. You can only run for these positions if you are enrolled in the relevant School/Department. Make sure to read the role description outlining the responsiblities of School Presidents.
Modern Languages Convenors
We have the following Convenors in the School of Modern Languages. These Convenors act as the link between students and staff in their respective Departments within the School of Modern Languages, chair the relevant Student Staff Consultative Committees (SSCC), and coordinate their activities with the Modern Languages School President who represents the School as a whole to the University and the Students' Association.